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London Festival of Architecture London, England

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Wrapping around the corner of Canada House in the famous Trafalgar Square, the self-supporting, undulating, 27 ft high wooden wall imitates the interwoven twigs of a bird’s nest while showcasing BC’s best-known building material. Western Red Cedar blocks with curved edges, threaded together with 1/4″ thick climbing rope, highlight the innovation and endless design possibilities that can be achieved with wood.

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  • Client:High Commission of Canada
  • Size:200 ft x 27 ft
  • Budget:N/A
  • Status:Completed 2008

London Festival of Architecture

London, England

Wrapping around the corner of Canada House in the famous Trafalgar Square, the self-supporting, undulating, 27 ft high wooden wall imitates the interwoven twigs of a bird’s nest while showcasing BC’s best-known building material. Western Red Cedar blocks with curved edges, threaded together with 1/4″ thick climbing rope, highlight the innovation and endless design possibilities that can be achieved with wood.

Facts

  • ClientHigh Commission of Canada
  • Size200 ft x 27 ft
  • BudgetN/A
  • StatusCompleted 2008